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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780884326977
  • Publisher: MPS Multimedia Inc. DBA Selectsoft
  • Publication date: 7/15/1990
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Foreign Service Institute Language Ser.
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Table of Contents

Exercises
1. The Imperative
A. Imperative Regular Verbs 1
B. Imperative Regular and Irregular Verbs 1
2. The Subjunctive (after "es necesario que, le aconsejo que and quiero que") 3
3. "Mas de," "Mas que" and "Mas de lo que"
I. mas de vs. mas que vs. mas de lo que 5
II. mas que vs. menos que vs. mas de vs. menos de vs. mas de lo que vs. menos de lo que 6
4. "Por" and "Para"
A. por vs. para 7
B. por vs. para 8
5. "Parecer" 9
6. "Mas," "Mas que," "Mas de lo que" and "No/Nada mas que" 10
7. "Dejar de" + Infinitive and "Dejar" + Infinitive
A. dejar de + Infinitive vs. dejar + Infinitive 11
B. dejar de + Infinitive vs. dejar + Infinitive 11
8. Present Perfect
A. Present Perfect 12
B. Present Perfect 13
9. Past Perfect 14
10. "Dejar" + Infinitive, "Dejar de" + Infinitive and "Dejar"
A. dejar + Infinitive vs. dejar de + Infinitive vs. dejar 15
B. dejar + Infinitive vs. dejar de + Infinitive vs. dejar 15
11. Present and Past Perfect (Review) 16
12. First Person Present Tense and Imperative Form
A. Present Tense vs. Imperative Form 17
B. Present Tense vs. Imperative Form 18
13. Present Subjunctive
A. Hay alguien aqui que...? 19
B. Hay alguien aqui que...? 19
C. Aqui hay ... vs. Aqui no hay... 20
D. Aqui hay ... vs. Aqui hay...? 21
14. "Algo / Nada" vs. "Alguien / Nadie" vs. "Alguno / Ninguno" 22
15. "Ya," "Todavia no," "Todavia" and "Ya no" 23
16. "Debiera" and "Quisiera" 25
17. The Imperfect
A. The Imperfect 26
B. The Imperfect 27
18. "Aqui," "Aca," "Ahi" and "Alla" 28
19. The Imperfect 29
20. The Imperfect vs. Preterite 30
21. Past Progressive
A. Past Progressive 31
B. Past Progressive / Imperfect 32
22. Reflexive Verbs
A. Reflexive Verbs 33
B. Reflexive Verbs 34
C. Reflexive Verbs 34
23. "Pedir" vs. "Preguntar"
A. pedir vs. preguntar 36
B. pedir vs. preguntar 37
C. pedir vs. preguntar 37
D. pedir vs. preguntar 38
24. "Salir" vs. "Dejar" vs. "Irse" 39
25. "Preocupar"
A. preocupar vs. preocupar(se) vs. preocupar(le) 40
B. preocuparle lo que vs. lo de 41
26. Preterite vs. Imperfect
A. Imperfect 43
B. Preterite 43
C. Imperfect vs. Preterite 43
D. Imperfect vs. Preterite 44
27. More about Preterite and Imperfect
A. Special Cases 45
B. Imperfect vs. Preterite 46
C. Imperfect vs. Preterite 46
28. "Debiera haber" vs. "Podria haber" 47
29. Preterite of Irregular Verbs (Review)
A. Preterite of Irregular Verbs 49
B. Preterite of Irregular Verbs 50
30. Indirect Discourse in the Past 51
31. "Haber"
A. haber 53
B. haber 53
32. The Comparatives "Tan ...como" "Tanto ...como" and "Tan" "Tanto"
A. tan...como vs. tanto...como vs. tan vs. tanto 54
B. tan...como vs. tanto...como vs. tan vs. tanto 55
33. Present Tense and the Imperative
A. 1st. Person Indicative vs. Imperative 56
B. Present Tense vs. the Imperative 56
34. Vocabulary
A. Forming Adverbs 58
B. Forming Adjectives 58
C. Forming Words with "in" and "des" 59
D. Forming Diminutives 59
35. "Buen" vs. "Bien"
A. buen vs. bien 60
B. buen vs. bien 60
C. buen vs. bien 61
36. The Subjunctive
A. Present Subjunctive 62
B. Present Subjunctive 63
37. The Indirect Command 64
38. The Subjunctive
A. ojala 66
B. espero 66
C. ojala vs. espero 66
39. The Subjunctive
A. Present Subjunctive 67
B. haya + "ado" "ido" 68
40. The Impersonal "se"
A. The Impersonal "se" 69
B. The Impersonal "se" 70
41. The Form "Hay que" + the Infinitive
A. hay que + Infinitive 72
B. hay que + Infinitive 72
42. Prepositions
A. Verbs with Prepositions 74
B. de vs. para vs. por vs. en vs. entre vs. a vs. con 74
43. "Olvidar"
A. olvidar(se) vs. olvidarse de vs. olvidarsele 76
B. olvidarsele 77
C. olvidarsele 77
44. Review - The Use of "Se" + The Indirect Object
A. se le 79
B. se le 80
45. Time Expressions 81
46. "Deber" "Debe haber" vs. "Debiera" "Debiera Haber"
A. debe vs. debe haber vs. debiera vs. debiera haber 83
B. debe vs. debe haber vs. debiera vs. debiera haber 84
C. deber vs. pedir vs. prestar vs. devolver 84
47. More about the Subjunctive "Pedir" + Subjunctive 85
48. The Use of "Tener + frio, calor, etc. The Expression "Tener ganas de ..."
A. tener frio, calor, ganas de ..., etc. 87
B. tener frio, calor, ganas de ..., etc. 87
49. Size, Shape, Density Useful Vocabulary 88
50. More about Reflexive Verbs 89
51. More about Reflexive Verbs vs. Non- Reflexive Verbs 90
52. "Ni ... Ni" "Ni siquiera"
A. ni vs. ni siquiera 92
B. ni vs. ni siquiera vs. no / nada 93
53. The Future Tense
A. Regular Verbs 94
B. Irregular Verbs 95
54. The Subjunctive (Review)
A. Present Subjunctive 96
B. Present Subjunctive 96
55. "Cuando," "Tan pronto como," "Despues de que" + Indicative or Subjunctive
A. Indicative vs. Subjunctive after cuando, tan pronto como and despues de que 98
B. Indicative vs. Subjunctive after cuando, tan pronto como and despues de que 99
C. Indicative vs. Subjunctive after cuando, tan pronto como and despues de que 98
56. The Familiar Form 101
57. "Gustaria" vs. "Quisiera" 102
58. "Me," "Me lo," "Se lo," etc. 103
59. Present Subjunctive, Present and Past Indicative (Review)
A. Subjunctive vs. Indicative 104
B. Subjunctive vs. Indicative 105
60. "Conocer" vs. "Saber"
A. conocer vs. saber 106
B. conocer vs. saber 106
C. conocer vs. saber 107
61. Present and Past Subjunctive 108
62. The Subjunctive (Review)
A. Present Subjunctive 109
B. Present Subjunctive 109
C. Indicative vs. Infinitive vs. Subjunctive 110
D. Present Subjunctive 111
E. Subjunctive vs. Indicative 111
63. Present and Past Subjunctive, Infinitive, Present and Past Indicative (Review) 112
64. Past Subjunctive 114
65. More about the Subjunctive 116
66. More about the Subjunctive (Unknown Antecedent)
A. Present Subjunctive 118
B. Conditional vs. Past Subjunctive 119
C. Present Subjunctive 120
67. More about Familiar Form
A. Imperative 2d. Singular 121
B. Imperative 2d. Singular 122
68. The Conditional Form
A. The Conditional Form 123
B. The Conditional Form 123
69. Past Subjunctive and Conditional
A. Past Subjunctive and Conditional 124
B. Past Subjunctive and Conditional 124
70. More about Indirect Discourse in the Past 125
71. Past Subjunctive and Conditional 128
72. Conjecture in the Past 132
73. Prepositions, Conjunctions and Adverbs
A. Prepositions 134
B. Prepositions, Conjunctions and Adverbs 135
74. Second Person Plural "Vosotros" Form
A. Present Tense 138
B. Past Tense 138
C. Imperfect 138
D. Present Subjunctive 138
E. Imperative 139
F. Imperative 139
G. Past Tense 139
H. Imperative (Affirmative) 139
I. Imperative (Negative) 140
J. Present Subjunctive 140
K. The Pronoun "os" 140
General Review
Repaso #1 (Present Tense) 141
Repaso #2 (Past Tense) 143
Repaso #3 (Prepositions) 144
Repaso #4 (Adjective) 145
Repaso #5 (ser vs. estar vs. quedar vs. haber) 147
Repaso #6 (verbs) 149
Repaso #7 (verbs)
A. Subjunctive vs. Indicative 151
B. Subjunctive 151
Repaso #8
A. (lo que vs. lo cual vs. el que vs. el cual vs. cuyo vs. con quien vs. de quien) 152
B. (lo que vs. lo cual vs. el que vs. el cual vs. cuyo vs. con quien vs. de quien) 152
Repaso #9
A. (same as Repaso #8) 153
B. (same as Repaso #8) 153
Repaso #10
A. Reporting a Conversation 155
B. Reporting a Conversation 156
C. Past Subjunctive 156
Repaso #11
A. Subjunctive 157
B. Subjunctive vs. Indicative 158
Repaso #12 (estar) 159
Repaso #13 (ser) 160
Repaso #14 (ser vs. estar) 161
Repaso #15 (por vs. para) 162
Repaso #16 (haber vs. haber + ado-ido) 164
Appendix Answer Key
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